Speaking UNIX: The New and Improved Vim Editor

If you’ve worked on IBM AIX,another flavor of UNIX/Linux,you’ve more than likely used the vi editor.Since its conception in 1976,vi has become a staple for anyone wanting to edit files. How could someone make a more powerful editing tool than vi, you may ask?The answer is Vim,and this article provides details on the many enhancements & usage of vim

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2 thoughts on “Speaking UNIX: The New and Improved Vim Editor

  1. I only use Vim (or Emacs) infrequently and always forget the command key mapping. Where possible, for quick and dirty terminal editing, I tend to use something like nano or Joe’s Own Editor – that way at least the instructions are on screen at all times.

  2. Yea but Vim is on every linux and unix systems you can think I normally keep vi command print out I know I’m a NOOB 😀

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